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  1. Exploring the lure of Edinburgh's dark tourism

    …Even attractions not specifically aimed at the dark tourism market manage to fit in a…

    …frightened of different things but it doesn't matter where you're from in the world, we're all afraid of the dark." As…

    …People are frightened of different things but it doesn't matter where you're from in the world, we're all afraid of the dark." As night falls on Chambers Street, that statement rings truer than ever…

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  2. Atypical myopathy: Rise of fatal horse condition 'linked to sycamore trees'

    …due to a deadly disease that kills horses within a matter of hours. Atypical myopathy has…

    …kills horses within a matter of hours. Atypical myopathy has the same symptoms as colic and is linked to the leaves and…

    …Horse breeders and owners are being forced to remove livestock from fields early due to a deadly disease that kills horses within a matter of hours. Atypical myopathy has the same symptoms… be unable to…

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  3. Switzerland's shame: The children used as cheap farm labour

    matter, I was just a slag anyway," Sarah says. A teacher and the school doctor wrote to…

    …while I was asleep and she told the woman... [who said] that it didn't matter, I was just a slag anyway," Sarah says…

    …told the woman... [who said] that it didn't matter, I was just a slag anyway," Sarah says. A teacher and the school doctor wrote to the authorities, to express concern about her, but nothing was done…

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  4. Science shines light on dark matter

    …enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that…

    …physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the difference between the observable mass of…

    …Scientists from the University of Leicester say they may have solved one of the most enduring mysteries in modern physics - the nature of dark matter. This is something that accounts for the…

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  5. Business Matters: Japan boosts QE at "critical moment"

    … into the eerie, gruesome, yet lucrative world of 'dark tourism'. From…

    … darkness falls, we dare to venture into the eerie, gruesome, yet lucrative world of 'dark tourism'…

    …in Seoul, Steve Evans. And, as Halloween darkness falls, we dare to venture into the eerie, gruesome, yet lucrative world of 'dark tourism'. From Melbourne, we are joined …

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  6. Witness appeal over pedestrian death in Ayr

    …The first vehicle is a small dark-coloured hatchback car, possibly a Ford Fiesta or…

    …small dark-coloured hatchback car, possibly a Ford Fiesta or similar. The second vehicle is a small silver-coloured…

    …time of the collision. "The first vehicle is a small dark-coloured hatchback car, possibly a Ford Fiesta or similar. The second vehicle is a small silver-coloured hatchback car, possibly a Skoda Fabia…

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  7. Have Jedi created a new 'religion'?

    …and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin Skywalker…

    …offer a simple dualism of good and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin…

    …simple dualism of good and evil, light and dark. "Fear is the path to the dark side," Yoda tells Anakin Skywalker. "Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. I sense much fear…

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  8. Ebola, race and fear

    …and therefore pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and…

    …she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The…

    …pose zero risk," she writes . "It doesn't matter: they're dark-skinned and foreign. They're in Dallas. They might be infectious." The Guardian's Hannah Giorgis says examples like these shed light…

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  9. GPS back-up: World War Two technology employed

    …You can imagine standing watch on this ship, it's the middle of the night, it's dark, it's…

    …Bransby says: "You can imagine standing watch on this ship, it's the middle of the night, it's dark, it's foggy, you are…

    …can imagine standing watch on this ship, it's the middle of the night, it's dark, it's foggy, you are in the English Channel, and then this happens. "What do you do? You're in a right mess, basically…

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  10. Newspaper headlines: 'Edging toward the EU exit?'

    …overreaction" to a " modest EU matter" . "The £1.7bn figure is a one-off payment which…

    …in the dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK pay an extra £1.7bn into the…

    …The paper says the PM had been "left in the dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK pay an extra £1.7bn into the European budget. Jonathan Freedland, writing…

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